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04/12/2017 05:27:38 AM · #1
Hi,

I have decided to submit a few entries after a long hiatus... but since I last did this the rules have changed, web browsers have changed, and I would be very glad of a few tips.

In particular - I'm struggling to get pics that are sharp in Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC at 1200px to look sharp when displayed in a browser (on my macbook pro retina) - and I have tried Safari and Chrome.

They look okay on an iPad, but I have no idea what they will look like to the voting public more generally. Recent winners look very sharp in browser compared to my own pics.

Would anyone fancy sharing a recommendation or two for me to try?

Thanks!

Matthew
04/12/2017 08:44:56 AM · #2
Some sample images would be really helpful...........

I have a standard amount of sharping I do depending on the lens I used (this is basically my output for print). For DPC or my Flickr account, I output my images from LR (after my standard amount of sharping) with the setting of sharpen for screen at the standard level.

04/12/2017 11:01:54 AM · #3
What kobba said: put a couple images in your workshop and let us check them out for you. And welcome back :-)
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